The ongoing rollback of Medicaid is a rare step to reverse the “ratcheting growth” of our social safety net.
On September 5, the Keystone State is removing a big barrier to health care.
The FDA decision is only a mini step toward freeing the pill.
Letting third parties pay our bills pushes prices higher and limits our options.
South Carolina will now only require a certificate of need for long-term care facilities, opening the health care market to smaller providers.
Even taking all the money from every billionaire wouldn't cover our coming bankruptcy.
More than 3,000 Americans die each year waiting for a bone marrow donor. Be the Match still refuses to compensate donors.
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FDA Might Approve Over-the-Counter Sales of One Birth Control Pill. Now It's Time To Approve All the Rest.
Why won’t the FDA allow women to buy a safer product without requiring a doctor’s visit that medical experts think is unnecessary?
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It’s not the FDA’s job to tell doctors what to do.
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Politicians' go-to fixes like child tax credits and federal paid leave are known for creating disincentives to work without much impact on fertility.
U.S. District Judge William B. Shubb says the law is unconstitutionally vague.
New mechanisms to threaten liberty are brought to bear on those who need the government's permission to do their jobs.
After losing access to opioids, many patients can’t live with constant pain.
When the government runs the system, the right of citizens to end their own suffering can be twisted to serve the state.
"It was learning by doing," says one ambulance driver. "Most things that happen here are done by volunteers, not government officials."
Republican voters disagree.
One vaccination requires 100 pages of government paperwork to be processed before treatment.
Doctors Adriane Fugh-Berman and Jeffrey A. Singer debate the harms of prescription opioids.
Doctors can’t help people in pain because of restrictive opioid policy.
Protectionist policies are why the U.S. has few physicians and high prices.
A new report commits a bunch of familiar sins.
Vaccine hesitancy can, in part, be laid at the feet of experts who betrayed the public’s trust.
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Opposed by LGBT and pro-choice advocacy groups, the measure allows doctors to refuse to perform treatments on moral grounds
Patients and providers should be able to meet remotely without bureaucrats getting in the way.
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Pandemic patients get better care when medical professionals are free to work where they're needed. The same will undoubtedly be true of regular patients after COVID-19 has left our lives.
Doctors, Not Politicians, Ought To Decide Whether Off-Label Drug Use of Hydroxychloroquine Is Appropriate for COVID-19 Patients
The FDA lets doctors prescribe off-label drugs all the time. Now that there’s a pandemic, some governors have decided doctors can’t make those decisions for themselves.
Students who would have graduated this spring can start practicing medicine immediately.